Monday, April 30, 2012

Career Opportunity

Administration, Department of
Chief of Capitol Police - Career Executive
Job Announcement Code: 1201535
County(ies): Dane
Classification Title(s)/JAC:
Job Working Title(s):
Type of Employment: Full Time (40 hrs/week)
Salary: Starting salary will be between $59,405 and $99,386 annually,
depending on qualifications plus excellent benefits. A two-year
trial period will be required. This position is assigned to pay
schedule/range 81-01.
Contact: Stephen Hermosillo, Human Resources Specialist-Senior, 608-
Bargaining Unit: Non-Represented
Area of Competition: Open
Deadline to Apply: 5/7/2012
The Wisconsin Department of Administration (DOA) is seeking a dynamic individual with
demonstrated leadership abilities to serve as. This classified, civil service position also
functions as the Administrator for the Division of Capitol Police.
Job Duties: The Chief leads the Division of Capitol Police, which consists of a
management team with a deputy chief, one police lieutenant, seven police sergeants, a
security operations manager and 42 police and support position personnel whose primary
responsibilities are protecting the state infrastructure and state employees. Under the
supervision of the DOA Secretary’s Office this position is responsible for planning,
organizing and directing Capitol Police activities by providing law enforcement, criminal
investigation, dignitary protection, homeland security planning, public safety, emergency
and disaster planning and event management. The Police Chief currently serves as a
member of the Governor’s Homeland Security Council. In addition, this position will work
collaboratively with other Dane County law enforcement and emergency management
groups, UW-Madison and the State Patrol. The position recommends Administrative Code
and State Statute changes affecting the agency and ensures the Capitol Police are in
compliance with all codes, statutes, federal mandates and DOA policies. The Chief
develops, administers, manages, and implements the policy development, planning,
budgeting, organizing, controlling, and monitoring for all programs managed by the Capitol
Special Notes: Candidates must be currently certified as a Law Enforcement Officer in
Wisconsin, or eligible for immediate certification upon employment; possess a valid driver's
license; be at least 18 years old; of good character, have a good driving record; no
unpardoned adult felony convictions; no convictions for domestic violence; and "free from
any physical, emotional or mental condition which might adversely affect performance as a
law enforcement officer." Employment in this position will require an extensive background
investigation, psychological interviews and a comprehensive medical exam including drug
Job Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Desirable candidates will have extensive
leadership, administration, supervision and management experience in a law enforcement
setting, and the ability to communicate effectively with elected and appointed officials and
all members of the public. Other important qualities: excellent communication and
interpersonal skills; effective personnel management skills; supports diversity in the
workplace; has experience in implementing efficiency measures and organizational
change; and knowledge of Wisconsin Statutes and Administrative Codes pertinent to the
operation of the Capitol Police.
How To Apply:
Please visit
to view this job announcement online. You can preview the exam questions by clicking on
the “Preview Exam” link. If you have not already done so, you will need to create an
account. After you are logged in and are viewing the announcement, click "Apply Now."
You will be asked to provide your personal information. In addition to this information, you
will be required to complete the online exam. Your response to the exam questions will be
used to determine your eligibility for this position.

Questions may be directed to Stephen Hermosillo at or call

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Career Opportunity

JOB TITLE:              Investigator                                                    

DEPARTMENT:      Security

REPORTS TO:         Manager – Security Operations

LOCATION:             This position is based in the Lexington region and the successful candidate will reside within a reasonable commuting distance to the KLC Regional Office in Lexington.  The position is responsible for covering the part of the state that is East of I-75.


To detect and prevent loss to the Kentucky Lottery Corporation and to assist in protection of the Company’s physical and logical security assets

Career Opportunity

Chief of Police
City of Rutland, Vermont

An IACP Executive Search

The IACP is assisting the City of Rutland, Vermont, with its nationwide search for a Chief of Police. The successful candidate will have a proven record of integrity and the leadership, management, and interpersonal skills to serve as a positive change agent for the Rutland City Police Department.
For a complete position description, including job requirements, salary information, and application instructions, please see the full vacancy announcement on the IACP career center or download the recruitment brochure.
The closing date is May 18, 2012. For additional information, contact Tia Young at 800-THE-IACP x 269 or

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Chiefs Posting

The International Association of Chiefs of Police

Chief of Police, Director of Public Safety
University of Massachusetts Amherst

An IACP Executive Search

The IACP is assisting the University of Massachusetts Amherst with its nationwide search for a Chief of Police, Director of Public Safety, a position of key importance to the University. 
The University of Massachusetts Amherst is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and members of minority groups are encouraged to apply.
For a complete position description, including job requirements and application instructions, please see the full vacancy announcement on the IACP career center or download the recruitment brochure.
The closing date is May 4, 2012. For additional information, contact Tia Young at 800-THE-IACP x 269 or
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